Florida Woman, Who Is A High School Student, Arrested After Caught Charging Her THC-Laced Vape Pen On A Computer During Class

A Florida Woman, who is a Leesburg High School student, was arrested after she was caught charging her THC-laced vape pen on a computer during class.

A Leesburg Police sergeant spoke with a teacher and 18-year-old Anya Mehri Paymani. Without being asked, Paymani said she didn’t know she wasn’t allowed to have a vape pen at school. She then started crying and when asked it was a THC vape pen, she admitted that it was, a Leesburg Police report states.

The sergeant searched Paymani and located an oblong object in the front of her crotch area that was identified as a vape cartridge. She started crying again and asked if there was anything she could do to avoid being charged with possession of THC. When asked if that was what was in the vape cartridge, she said it was and she was sorry, the report  says.

After being escorted to the school’s discipline office, Paymani was read her rights. She declined to speak with an officer and spontaneously uttered about the oil cartridge being Tetrahydrocannabinol and being in possession of it on school grounds during school hours, according to the report.

Paymani, who lives in Lady Lake, was transported to the Leesburg Police Department for booking and then to the Lake County Jail, where she was charged with possession of a controlled substance (THC oil). She was released on $2,000 bond.

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